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Similarities: A Family from the Virgin Islands

Similarities: A Family from the Virgin Islands

Brother and Sister This set is called: A Family from the Virgin Islands As part of the series: Similarities: An Investigation on Hereditary Alikeness which goes beyond generations, age and gender. Mother and Daughter, smiling Mother and Daughter Brother and Sister, smiling As part of an ongoing investigation on hereditary genes and the way they … Continue reading Similarities: A Family from the Virgin Islands

the Merged photo series: ‘Related II’ a mother and daughter from Scotland

This is new work based on a mother and daughter from Edinburgh, Scotland. _You probably know Jeni, from the Mithing and  Rhizomes and Joy blogs as an intellectual artist and a past subject of my Portraits in the Dark series an collaborator in What Juan Saw When He Looked Into The Bin installation. In this … Continue reading the Merged photo series: ‘Related II’ a mother and daughter from Scotland

Similarities: A family from Barcelona

A study on the facial likenesses passed on through generations, notwithstanding age and gender. In Continuation with my last post Similarities: Mother, Son and Daughter, I studied the similarities between the whole family as a set. The similarities between all is bewitching (as can be seen in the sharp areas of the photos, such as in … Continue reading Similarities: A family from Barcelona

Similarities: Mother, Son and Daughter from Barcelona

A study on the facial likenesses passed on through generations, notwithstanding age and gender. In continuation with the thinking process behind the Merged series, I investigate methods to show physical similarities and differences between faces in a simple and visual way. Here I study the facial features of a mother and her two children. I … Continue reading Similarities: Mother, Son and Daughter from Barcelona

Merged: Related

As an offshoot from my Merged Series, I am creating a new series which is called Related. The basic idea is the same, i.e. merging different faces together, but the concept here is different. This isn't a study on races and where we originally came from, this is shorter term and more direct: the similarities … Continue reading Merged: Related